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Billed as the "largest bibliographic database dedicated to economics", the Internet Documents In Economics Access Services (IDEAS) database contains over 700,000 citations, including links to working papers, articles, chapters, and books. The database is housed at the University of Connecticut, and it is overseen by Christian Zimmermann and a number of his colleagues. A handy table on the site's homepage gives some basic statistics on what users can find here, and they should feel free to perform a detailed search on anything from agricultural economics to supply chains. Moving down the site, there's a listing of institutions which have recently joined the IDEAS database and a section titled "How to get papers listed", which might helpful for aspiring economists and other types. Additionally, visitors can read through their FAQ section and they shouldn't leave without looking at their two informative weblogs.
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